1992 Ferrari F40_Coys Nurburgring

Στις 8 Αυγούστου, η Coys επιστρέφει στο Nurburgring για να δημοπρατήσει πάνω από 70 κλασικά και sport αυτοκίνητα. Ένα από τα highlights της δημοπρασίας, είναι μία εργοστασιακή Waldegard Safari Martini Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0 που αγωνίστηκε στον Μαραθώνιο Λονδίνο-Σίδνεϊ του 1977 και του 2004, στο Repco Rally του 1979 και στο East African Safari Rally του 2005. Η εκτίμηση γι’ αυτή την ιδιαίτερη Porsche είναι στα €400.000-475.000.

1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS - One of the first 500 examples for FIA_Coys Nurburgring

Δεν είναι όμως η μοναδική Porsche της δημοπρασίας. Άλλο ένα σπάνιο κομμάτι, είναι μία 911 2.7 RS του 1973. Μία από τις 500 2.7 RS που κατασκευάστηκαν για ομολογκασιόν στο GT Championship εκείνης της χρονιάς με εκτίμηση στα €650.000-850.000.

Γι’ αυτούς που ψάχνουν κάτι πιο Ιταλικό, η Coys έχει εξασφαλίσει μία Ferrari F40 του 1992 ενώ στον μακρύ κατάλογο με τα αυτοκίνητα που θα δημοπρατηθούν, βρίσκεται και μία Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS του 1960.

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International auctioneers Coys return to the Nurburgring for the 43rd AVD Oldtimer Grand Prix with over 70 classic and sports cars going under the hammer on Saturday 8th August.

The auction will feature vehicles such as a 1937 BMW 328 Roadster (estimated at €490,000 to €600,000), a 1971 LOLA T 222 ex-Jo Bonnier, Vic Elford, Peter Westbury and Mario Casoni (€370,000 to €420,000), a 1958 Jaguar XK 150 SWB Cozzi Special (€100,000 to €140,000) and a 1980/81 F1 Lotus 81 ex-Mario Andretti 1980 Monaco GP with FIA papers (€325,000 to €375,000).

One of the highlights of the auction will be a 1976 ex-works Waldegard Safari Martini Porsche 911 Carrera 3.0, which competed in the 1977 and 2004 London to Sydney Marathons, 1979 Repco Rally and 2005 East African Safari Rally. It also entered the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2004-2015. It is estimated at €400,000 to €475,000.

Another important Porsche going under the hammer is a 1973 911 2.7 RS. This car is one of the first 500 units produced to meet the FIA’s requirements for the GT Championship season that year. Considered one of Porsche’s finest competition-bred road cars, this highly sought after homologation specification example with matching numbers and factory history is a rare find indeed and certainly one of the most desirable RS’s in existence. It is estimated at €650,000 to €850,000.

Chris Routledge, Managing Partner at Coys, said: “With the cancellation of the Formula 1 German Grand Prix in 2015, excitement surrounds the 43rd Oldtimer. As one of the leading international auction houses in Germany, Coys auction on Saturday afternoon has become a long-standing feature at the Nurgurbring and this year we are back with the largest and most prestigious sale held to date at this event.

“The auction will feature a fabulous selection of high-quality entries, including sports, competition, sports touring and Grand Prix cars and a good selection of Ferraris.”

One of the Ferraris on offer is a 1992 F40, one owner from new with only 7,881km on the clock. This outstanding original super car has been beautifully kept and is in excellent condition throughout.

Routledge said: “The F40 is one of the most sought after sports cars of a generation and represents the finest in the Italian marque’s manufacturing capability to present a car for the road with racing pedigree in abundance. It is a fabulous opportunity not to be missed!”

Other important entries include a 1959 Stanguellini Formula Junior (estimated at €80,000 to €100,000), a 1960 Alfa Romeo Giulietta SS (€90,000 to €130,000), a 1972 De Tomaso Pantera (€65,000 to €85,000) and a 2013 “BRM P160” prop race car as featured in Ron Howard’s movie ‘Rush’ (€20,000 to €30,000).

For full catalogue and further information, please visit: www.coys.co.uk/auction.php